Re: [R] Constrained non linear regression using ML

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Re: [R] Constrained non linear regression using ML

Corrado Topi
Dear Arne,

yes, I had meant the likelihood function. Sorry for the typo. I am
having difficulties in writing it because of the strangeness of the beta
distribution .... or maybe my inability!

Arne Henningsen wrote:

> Dear Corrado,
>
> On 17 March 2010 15:03, Corrado <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  
>> I am finding it difficult to solve two problems:
>>
>> 1) write the maximum likelihood function (what do you suggest?)
>>    
>
> It the *likelihod* function , *not* the *maximum* likelihood function.
> Please take a look in an textbook in statistics or econometrics. I
> have attached a preliminary paper about maxLik. It has an example how
> to write a likelihood function.
>
> /Arne
>
>
>  


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Corrado Topi
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Global Climate Change and Biodiversity
Area 18,Department of Biology
University of York, York, YO10 5YW, UK
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